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Old 02-24-2015, 09:07 PM   #32705
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Anyone wanna come skunk hunting? Skunk score 2 Bess score 0
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Noooooo!!! Poor Bess! Poor you!!!

On second thought (& on edit), surely Bess is smart enough, as most non-humans are, to know NOW that black & white kitties are to be avoided!
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Eek... and no thank you.
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:15 PM   #32708
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I hate to turn down an invite to a good hunt so let me think about it NO!
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:17 PM   #32709
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Hey Tim... this was my Western Luau Look.
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:21 PM   #32710
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Hey Tim... this was my Western Luau Look.
Steve don't take this wrong, but, you look like a Plano Texan!

Actually you look like your ready for the hoedown at Bryce Canyon! Lol
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If anyone wants to learn how, I'll teach a simple cord. Just need commitment for discs/ looms & thread. What, Di, $5 max?

This is for you males as well as females. Where are all of you former boy scouts?

Sue is offering to lead a class in kumihimo weaving. AKA making lanyards.... Using a simple weaving wheel....

I did one yesterday with the plastic flat cord, did another today with paracord for dog collar..... Really is simple to do.....

If interested in doing at Redux, let her know so she can get supplies.... About $5..... Maybe a little more....

Learn to make your own.... Please let your other half know too.....

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Old 02-24-2015, 09:32 PM   #32712
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This is for you males as well as females. Where are all of you former boy scouts?

Sue is offering to lead a class in kumihimo weaving. AKA making lanyards.... Using a simple weaving wheel....

I did one yesterday with the plastic flat cord, did another today with paracord for dog collar..... Really is simple to do.....

If interested in doing at Redux, let her know so she can get supplies.... About $5..... Maybe a little more....

Learn to make your own.... Please let your other half know too.....

Lanyard using plastic flat cord
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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
I remember that stuff being popular back when I was a teen. I didn't really get into it as I'm not so much into crafty things (hmmm…..depends on the craftiness I guess )…in any case, not sure if it's exactly the same thing but it sure looks it.

I might be tempted if I could make some type of harness for these monsters I have. Not sure I'd live through putting it on them but that's a different problem.
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Steve don't take this wrong, but, you look like a Plano Texan!

Actually you look like your ready for the hoedown at Bryce Canyon! Lol
I have the hat with me... lol. And I'm always ready for a hoedown... or a showdown...
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looks fun, maybe can do at the canyon too?

Psst... Bob is studying aviation maps as we speak, he is afraid of the higher altitude, less power for engine, but thinks green river or canyonlands might be easier to fly...lower altitude not too far from Bryce.
edit.] those are airports not too far from the area I believe.
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This is for you males as well as females. Where are all of you former boy scouts?

Sue is offering to lead a class in kumihimo weaving. AKA making lanyards.... Using a simple weaving wheel....

I did one yesterday with the plastic flat cord, did another today with paracord for dog collar..... Really is simple to do.....

If interested in doing at Redux, let her know so she can get supplies.... About $5..... Maybe a little more....

Learn to make your own.... Please let your other half know too.....

Lanyard using plastic flat cord
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C'mon, y'all. Ya know ya want to! Not hard to learn, and even though not nearly as impressive as Di's watercolors, you could do both and really impress the neighbors. Be the first on the block. In the park. On the lake!

Lessee: dog collar, leash, fish stringer (why not?), utility cord, package tie, somethin to hold yer britches up.... The mind boggles!
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Sue is offering to lead a class in kumihimo weaving. AKA making lanyards.... Using a simple weaving wheel....

If interested in doing at Redux, let her know so she can get supplies.... About $5..... Maybe a little more....

Learn to make your own.... Please let your other half know too.....

Lanyard using plastic flat cord


Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Di and Sue - - - - Sign Mary Ann up for the class. I asked and she said "Sure".
It will be fun for me to watch. My fat fingers would be a hindrance not to mention remembering repetitive creative techniques.
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I remember that stuff being popular back when I was a teen. I didn't really get into it as I'm not so much into crafty things (hmmm…..depends on the craftiness I guess )…in any case, not sure if it's exactly the same thing but it sure looks it.

I might be tempted if I could make some type of harness for these monsters I have. Not sure I'd live through putting it on them but that's a different problem.
They would chomp through it and come for you in no time...
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looks fun, maybe can do at the canyon too?

Psst... Bob is studying aviation maps as we speak, he is afraid of the higher altitude, less power for engine, but thinks green river or canyonlands might be easier to fly...lower altitude not too far from Bryce.
edit.] those are airports not too far from the area I believe.
Early morning road trip!
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